|[cdc3rd2nddac] The Third Second - Dynamic Adrenal Challenge - The Third Second|
The Third Second's debut album - six tracks of ambient sounds, manipulated improvisations, and noise. The Third Second began as a duo in 1998. The group organized frequent improvisational recording sessions for almost a year. These recording sessions ranged from two to six people using a variety of instruments and sound sources. After a year of recording, the pair began to digitally manipulate the recordings...
Keywords: cdc; cult of the dead cow; cdc communications; the third second; the3rd2nd; dynamic adrenal challenge; jason landers; xxxclusive; sugarpush records; ambient; aural textures; electronic music; experimental music; horrific; improvization; improvisation; improvizational performances; improvisational performances; mind fuck; noise; rhythms; soundscapes
|[cdc260] They - Meteor (The Devil Wants Me for a Project) - They|
Singer-songwriter tune. They performed this song at the opening of cDc's 2002 show at HOPE in New York City. Lead vocals, piano, and bass by Anthony Garcia. Drums and backing vox by Danny Sanchez. Recorded at the Audio Sweat Shop in NYC by G. Ratte' in 2003.
Keywords: cdc; cult of the dead cow; cdc communications; they; anthony garcia; danny sanchez; singer-songwriter; piano; bass; audio sweat shop; g. ratte'; g. ratte
|[cdctm] Tragic Machine - Tragic Machine / Live in Bangladesh - Tragic Machine|
Recorded 1994 at Scary Bug Laboratory, Lubbock, TX except "Live in Bangladesh" recorded live at Ghandhi Stadium, Bangladesh. Album photos by Tragic Machine. Live photos by Ratt Fink. Released on cassette October 1994 by cDc communications Analog-to-digital transfer: February 2006 at S&M Soundworks, Houston, TX Tragic Machine is: * John Strain (vocals, guitar) * Joey Nixon (drums) * G. Ratte' (bass)
Keywords: cdc; cult of the dead cow; cdc communications; tragic machine; bangladesh; lubbock; ratt fink; john strain; joey nixon; g.ratte'; g. ratte; scary bug laboratory; metal; punk; hardcore
|[cdc252] Tweety Fish - Space Control - Tweety Fish|
An epic torch song of the future. Diva vocals provided by k8e. Everything else by Tweety Fish/cDc.
Keywords: cdc; cult of the dead cow; cdc communications; tweety fish; k8e